To what extent (if any) was the emergence of modern international law (public and private) in the nineteenth century coterminous with the colonial project? Does contemporary international law further a postcolonial project? Where do we situate human rights?
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A. Anghie, The evolution of international law: Colonial and postcolonial realities
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Excerpt from Heart of Darkness (Joseph Conrad)